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FIRE AT HEALESVILLE. "WOODLANDS" BURNT TO THE GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

FIRE AT HEALESVILLE. "WOOJiLANDS "-BURNT TO TI-E GROUND. About 8.30 on Thursday one of the argest and most disastrous fires yet .xipericuced in Healesville occurred, lnou the popular and up-to-date moarding house known a;s " Wood ands," and occupied by Mr and Mrs ). Burns and Mr Thos. Crowley, soar., was totally demolished. Quite t sensation was caused in the township, mld hundreds of lpeolle rushed to the cene of conflagration. The fire, it believed, occurred about 7.45 in tlhe ,vening in one of the back rooms of -he house, but it was not until about 3.30 that the alarm was given by the .inging of the fire bell. Very quickly ahe brigade and almost the entire forco ,f tho Enginccrs now encanmped at -iealcsville, along with numbers of :ivilians, were on the spot, but great vas tho dismay when it was found that there was no water obtainable Ithougli the main passed by the ouse, but without a water plug. ;vcn if such had bcen available the pressure was that slight that it would .ot hav...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

DEATH. ARTIS.--On the 30th March, at her late residence, Commercial Hotel, Lilydale, Elizabeth Walsh Artis, relict of the late H. D. Artis and lov ing mother of Mrs O'Meagher (Mel bourne), W. J. Artie and A. M. Artie (Launching Place) and P. M. Artis (Lilydale), aged 78 years. Private interment. R.I.P.

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Reminders for April. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

Reminde'rs.for April. LIVE STOCK. - HORSEs.-Those stabled :should. be fed liherally. Food of a moic-. stiiu lating nature can now be givenv to getf them eoll over the " changing coat " seasoi- Those doing -fast;or:heavy work should be clipped; if not .wholly thieh tri?ce high. The l?gs should not be clipped. Those not rug?d 'cn cor-n ing into stable at night sweating fehly should be wiped down and' id hailf-an hour's time rugged .or covered with bags iintil the coat is dry. Yearling colts if sigorous . and well grown may be castrated. Weaed foals should lihas e littl0Q oushed oats daily, if as?ailhl¢. " Horses to be turned out during witltnr should not he clipped. Tlieir mouths and feet should be ex amiiced and teeth attended to :where necessary. -."e'rix.-As the nights beconio colder the dairy co\is should be rugged. The rugs should be removed - iii day timine' when the shade tenrlpeature ieaches 60 degrees. If new grass is plentiful, give a ration of hay or'straiv, whole or chaffe...

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FOR THE BELGIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

of arrangiig it:bi i'-?-atid of; the I ao]ta lnd A iladies and gcn tlenmei intcested ciro inv ited to at tenids '~F '

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CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

CULTIVATION, SFARM.-Digfpotatees -as--theypnat-. ura. Cart out and ri-i d- sd b6 "i nian ure. Finish: preparation .of land for main cereal crops.. Sow Chou Mool lier seed in beds for transplanting. Sow thllb followingi niixtuie per acre for green feed during the winter months for the dairy herd :--1.1 bushels, Oats; ii bushel, Care Barley ;13, bushel, Tick Beans; , bushel, Vetches. Sow Giant Drumjead Cabbage for transplanting (1 lb. sufficient for 1 acre, in rows 3 feet apart); provided the soil is in good friable condition,- plants from seed sown last month should be planted out. Sow wheat and oats according to locality; also rape 'for winter feed or green manuring. Prepare clean seed-bed for lucerne; and sow Hunter River, Arabian or Peruvian seed, free from dodder, in drills 7 inches apart and at the rate-of 12-16 lbs. of seed per acre. Sow perinanent pastures with grasses and clovers. ()RCIIAu.-Prepare land for plant ing; plough deeply and sub-soil. Plant legumes forgreen manur:o...

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A DAY EARLIER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

m icnis ;cay'od 13 noyi deliv.ry 'o 0 Good' ` his_' u~h~o. Ie, ion -zli a ;:ý flo a U19UiT £110 t' ofiie'i ;<wiil;,be? ;close f.roni 2hurscdawT .till, .fruesdi ;.:<:s

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

FOR WOMEN (By "Ambaesinoe.") In spite of pessimistio opinions that we should have to look to some other nation than the French to provide us with now fashions, Paris is still tri umphantly creating new styles for all the rest of the world to wear. From a journal most reliable on fashion af fairs, come this interesting chat on the doings of many of the best known dress creators. "Practically all the dress houses are now at work, and there is every indication that the openings will show new models in wide variety and assert the undimmed prestige in Paris. Among the few inter-season models; are some tailored suits from Cferuit, which show a conservative skirt of two and three-quarter yards in width, very flat front and back, gathered to a yoke and flaring below the hip. The coats, on all of which partial or complete belts are used, are hip length and loose, and they fasten closely to the base of the throat, but.not tacross-the collar.- On frocks, Cheruit is still using the kimono sleev...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER (rom our Special Corr eponiont.) The Vaccination Act has become somewhat of a farce. It is a recog nised thing now that the parent who has scruples as to compliance can es cape for £2. The Act is the -means of bringing in a certain amount of rev enue in this way, but it cannot be said that it was designed for that purpose. The anti-vaccinationists who do their duty by the country in keeping up the vital statistics, but who do not have the little additions to the population duly inoculated are solemnly summoned to appear at court. They do not trouble to respond. A fine of forty shillings is recorded against them. It is paid and there the matter ends. It would be a much simpler process to have a place say the office of the Registrar of Biiths -for receiving these fines, which prac tically amount to fees for permission to evade the Act. That would save all the trouble of invoking the majesty of the law, and would amount in the end to the same thing. The suburban police...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

ý.. Public Notices. TUESDAY, APRIL 13. YARR A GLEN CATTLE SALE CAMIPDELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba zaar, Melbourne) will hold their ,\usual 1i-monthly Sale in their yards at Yarra Glen on the above dlate, when they will have forward thlo usual yarding of N1ILKERS, SPRINGERS, BAT AND STORE COWS, Rnud lines of DAIRY 11EIIEEIS, STEERl, AND YOUNG CATTLE. : Entries now being rcecivcd 6't; this Sale by "CAMPBELL & SONSi, : IOUIEKE STR.EET, M1LLBU'iNE. EIl'JTGhWOOZD z eXILr.oo W,GCLEILAND F' CO. STOCK, 5,V: AION, LAND, AND .: rTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, .IRING WUOD ti 1 - \VW. and .D. (. \l31'Clellanuld, S" \ucllonCCeers. AUCTION SALES "CONDUCTED :\"?I.Y 3I10N])AY, at 1.30 p.m. ...Of CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, POULTRY, .URNITUBE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Capacious Storage Room for Eur nituire. . Mon0thly sales -of Cattle, etc.;held at our yards, opposite Leith's 1-0, tel, Warburton. .W, CLARK, Local .Agent, . ENTRIES INVITLD, Camberwe...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Busticus.") There is only one rural topic juId. now-the weather. At the time of writing it is such as to render any ither Itogether out of the question. There nothing for it but to keep hoping though the hope is being so often de ferred as to make those on the land and all the mans others who are L. pendent upon them, sick at heart. The scheme launched a few. years ago for providing agricultural high schools does not appear to have been attended with brilliant results. At the official opening of the new Warm-, ambool High School the other day, the president of the school referred to the struggles of the high school farm and agricultural education at the. high school owing to the lack of support of the farmers and the publio. A similar state of affairs was at first experienced in America, but now the value of agri cultural education was realised at its full worth in that country. The Warm ambool High School had been placed on a financial basis. Profiting by pas...

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HOW TO ESCAPE PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

HOW TO ESCAPE PNEUMONIA. We cannot hope to escape having the germs of pneumonia enter our bodies, because they are ubiquitous, being the dust of the air we breathe, those who expectorate having placed them there. We can, however, lead the hygienic life, and in that way acquire and store up strength to resist the infection. Right living pays large dividends. Be tem perate in drink and food, sleep not less than eight hours in an extra well-ven tilated bedroom, but don't ride inside tramcars or steam cars when the air is foul. Ride outside an omnibus, walk, or don't go,:if you cannot otherwise avoid breathing nasty air, which has already been down into the lungs of sometimes diseased-other people. There are several ways by which one can lower his resistance so that he may have pneumonia, but the priniepal me thod is to breathe foul air. The fol lowing recipes will bring the disease for you whenever you want it:-Drink freely of stimulants, many cups. of coffee and of tea every day, eat ...

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THE SLAV AND THE BRITON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

THE SLAV AND THE BRITON. lMr. I. G. Wells, the novelist, who has recently returned from a brief so journ in Russia, was much impressed by the fact that there is much physical resemblance between Englishmen and Russians. "So far as the looks of things go," he is reported to have said, "the like ness surprises me. Russians certainly look more like Englishment than any other people I have been among. They not only look like Englishmen, but they move like Englishmen; they hold their hands and arms and sit in chairs like Englishmen, and their disposition in costume is English. "And the Russian women are Eng lish, too, with a kin'd of natural fresh ness and an inattention to smartness that contrast vividly with the French or American women. They are far more English than the Americans in style, carriage, and intonation. You can tell whether people talking in the next room are English or American, but not who ther they are English or Russian."

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PANTOUM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

PANTOUM. (By Alice Grant Rosman, in "The Queen.") The cavalry clatter the roads along, The roads of Surrey where autumn lingers And throws, to the lilt of their march ing song Largesse of gold with her slender fingers. Oh, roads of Surrey where autumn lin gers, You have soon these sons of a nation's pride, Largesse of -gold, with her slender fin gers, Our England has scattered them far and wide. You have seen these sons of a nation's pride In swift encounter and gallant ad vance, For England has scattered them far and wide, In the fields of Flanders, the graves of France. In swift encounter and gallant advance For honor and freedom our horsemen ride, At the fields of Flanders, the graves of France Could tell us how many a hero died. For honor and freedom our horsemen ride, And long, long hence you shall not forget To tell them how many a hero died, But never the cause that is England's yet. And long, long hence you shall not forget, To throw, to the lilt of theoir'march ing song, A ...

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SLATEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

SLATEY CREEK. (Froiim Our Ow'n .crrospondcnt) : A.uL th o .y-rs ado- lconm:ttCc. suaill piec of hland , ? th.e jincitLo of thc: Ieazldune ;ind ;Cldc?ro.:road was :appliecl for.:. Severi'lc tter.. pas sel:d 'twcon {the Lands )cpa?.tmelft ,ud our 'secretai ,. ':ad i.t scemed to 1) usttl c questio .of fi s n atures to::.g.?t the':lad.::' Ilwcver. riattcrs'dia??i'i01i" ia mot llidftcr" montlh, in.i-nown sccm to hr)ivc come; seemorn to l ave b1co ,ciithrli ?pigeon ho?e d. :or ?lost ''li o I a'nd iDeir t tucut s' y .s li ??l local'-: c uicil:" lia~ ha.vc.-.tli i, ad t:o- "htl..1tco: ;koim nliothign gof.ihco. HJow c er Lh oa?p tec? u.":cutd X -l. tai;:.ili'ul t. d ciTed t-o f?-iii.tl' .cý: -Ie.: oiTh .rt aticden of te pio ..c of audi o Ct1'a cei d tis .ioý t t?ni o- si :? ._ i o.;it s:'u? Aol-l t. scud.yo s0i;:ni i-an. ,?aei.out of thopening U 6of our lonii -decrred htll. 1'1Th0 "lo'0.ell G o, has, "I .'ciee dclnmade ofcgiro: to- -nill-ownc trs al cii" 'their line a? i:pt in. sdimr Li ad. ...

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YARRA GLEN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

-YARRA. GLEN;: SHOW. -i o64' 1vl n;lit additinuil aiwrd maide at .the `ian-,i Glen : 1iShow' oni '::\r dncisd~'a.'. otf '!nL wc: k-'-? ? "':;:i .ointsa. 1 .; ` nicd .Vs, 0 Iipoi -tue, Twelve"i vownaic ;:-lil? 11t' 1;-Ib batid:,: J1 . -i' .SmedleiS'.v ?\::;:. Tight. varink'etie \-file-W Wýe, hub baid 1 T?,, SinT ile\ :sd. . "' Thre · 3:arieioes - ` )e -er D r . = nokcwoilJof Smdlo i. ubai Wi'dI '. , y.'c uht, y'pitics ,illinav oru pples iWty . IHubbab1Crd 1 . Midd .o Sturiro i Cippi .ini 1PLar1--WL. r.i. p rouia 3 .R i bbd mll i Scott Nw Xoirk Pippiii T Suiedo a 1. aiteg.----W. iLubbard 1 ;and 2. Munro@ ]avoti itc-\W. 1 Tiibbird 1 Rolkecocu - V. Viubbard 1,. r. Snicu Cleuin'ry Apples. tany other v'ar ioty-W. iHubbard 1 and 2. mcurrc de Onpianitont -Pears-W. Kciffer's lHvbrid--\\. Hubbard 1, Beurre. Clairgeau-J. Smedley 1. Bcurre Bosc-J. Smedley 1 and 2. Vicar of "Winkfield.-W. IIubbar( 1, J. Smcdley 2. Broome Iark--J. Smiedley 1 and 2 Collcction of Pears-J. Smedlec) ,. W. Hubbard 2. ...

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Lilydale Progress Association IMPORTANT MATTERS CONSIDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

.Lilydale Progress Associationi Libi? o:n Moi'ii c',:veninig. Piec ?t ni -Messis: I. ;.:uller (pr:esiden t), '.at-,rPhillips i Moroncy, Jansont, 0 ,1'. i h: cDint e Sc? : lels'i. oi b.o:Ml u1ren:i ,.' colie in??a. t he .,li' h spor liar-d b e '.?slamaed e?ir the?siab iihr parts id -sliciild c h `=eitltcdedt ' otoioinof l'essrs' 'lloronev aud:Jan', ciai L:d anu .io`put'i i 1,nt;. br positioi:. A. Ba.cl lraitn.il utto of thelrn iaiiin :iMarkets 'tiee, froio. !Cistella shrcet; and said it lrid stateofithe dli is 1 s ix -roo ed hoise a-outi t. b ulie -it oii thiet sthte . Tihe din?., had long ?'in a' nui-. ine.. aiud aisia::sa diiioer 'to tei; - healith council l to ii tid'iked 'to"Ls?: Ostcjies toab mtc thie jisaic-'e M i rJai?sob.iI?I. n sconin:ig the.1iii.d tiii ;sai dtie state f the d:'iraii y"ear -I L':; a, ? i?ol osed.t oiie timie. to Crry tb'-out1 i, sehcuieio 'un proin"e 'ii&it :;biiu: t-lio.cstiinate of olie n gi?ider '(£L01sO) -i? i's lalsiulldereI too liili -i'ii'and ...

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FOR THE BELGIANS. JUMBLE FAIR AT SILVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

FOR THE BELGIANS. J::U JUIiLE1 FAIIl.: AT 'SILVAN. (omr our 'On ';Corresponildent. B cause we adoeup to the prcs ent lIee silent it l ii usiot -be supe posed IliabnotI lii risbeeo done ini rcsone: tq.o.. tee irgenit "appeal to' aid t.ic uelgiins ':Scholdrs, an. dcr ir-?? ln,?. diir?tio, ?hivei cau vasse;for "eel3 subscriptions for soihe tiii 1si`tiid unde dr the suj> ing. a :sidiouslM os' ::f.o paatotieo: col. cei.to. h. 1l01l shortly: ubtlieresidents generally .cro moed' to? iction F `the: ibtigation of-: h Pi rogr ess ýssoeiatbon( and p, sale oft ifts .ws \ield i ast Satur" day., i t plic ill O the whole thai lisl en??diia ? sd badfcson for fruit udii . <vcjr~l blcs, s ?i~hat- the respoaus tthli?.cominittec's ppeal for gifts, esp?ciilldy i:takiig::into. consideration thoecop?? iharali?velý3 cmall number of thip, riesidoni; w, a, ' decidedly credit a?~ li 'ce buildiiig was set, out very :i?a l ::bthbhldies,'who, of course, t ro : thlie iruno factors in the move mient....

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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

WARBURTON. ~------«----- (From Our Ow\a ourorlpoidout.) FirL I-Plut t. the test for the firsb tiume iij its history, our Firo Brigade on Saturday, 20th inst.., ntic quitted itslf recdita.bly.' Shortly after G p. i l. an aluin of Jitre caLUm from the rear of Waiverloy, whyro .1 densoe coluin of smioke irising gavo evidence that a. fire had got fairly undcr way. Tlce air-g'aa hlou'o cunlcutel.cd with..i l:.rgce stuale i-as nblazc, and there w.s, under ur dimary circuistanices', a prqsl:ec .of a destructivo spread. H]Iowever, .ii aZ few miniutes, flter Ua vexatious Idel-:y ceaused by ldeTects in the street surfac,' a column of water under trcnenidous pressure was broughl to besar on the building, and the lnd1 of the fire waa even more sudden than the bgiuni!;ng. D1ravo, W.F.B. I Lessons of the I're.-i orluntauly t ho air-gas maclhine wa.s saved from much damage, though o the walls o the house were destroyed. The bri gade, however, discovered that. tlh great pressure of our main needs V...

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VALEDICTORY. PRESENTATION TO MR. THOMAS OLIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

-P " ,:-,-. " R . : V:ALEITOY he com:iitt? a.?appointed?t? i rangeo i?6 tiino'ial., to.;- 1ihos Oliver; : ha:::proprietor of ti e li::"Lily dale Th: presi ,'ii. .ic-t l-as.eee r.aid' eli? .follo.wini, leisir . driiift~i, andsu Isequently- for arded to Mi Oliveri accoimpaniued bU a i ubstan hoeias Oliver Esq ?eiir..'f?Vlioliean yo;i?i mulou iced tb-it ona wdre Ii- Jal3ed ii conseiquence f your `ser "io n 1your colneetion dil?l th Lila:;le ii pieslis after bie id i ni dlitifed ith it felt that qou could niothlie tillowed to leave lohis town inid .ditrict with out'iilome rcoli , tio fromi tlhe eiti ons to: showtlirir alipreciatioi oh yoiiit3 .efirtst?iroi t.-idoI medibumii o, .you.r .per ": to benefit lthe i s . st iii: which , ou, ror-.0 wife anid -as?ilyd sub scribers, had lived. TIIO man8, -earset sta .' Pae hoyi .itheir' 'pisure voutel ftoi3 thrat therire arc o'i uin daleo hudvol a e shown then 5p l pceqaiuon of ,' tout vyiualou, wyou-k uite if mitlad not bee aur sur iat tot popier...

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OBITUARY. MRS H. D. ARTIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 2 April 1915

S .OBITUAR - .... M1RS II. D. A RITIS. It. is with wmuich regrel thort we haivo to alnounclle.the detii ci one >f Lilydule's oldet: and most re ?lelcted residents, in the ];erson of ,ils IL. D). Artis. The late \Irs Artis had Is.:J a patient, sullfferer fo years, t'nderly mad luvin ely nurtsed by her daughters. On ý'alurday lIst she taok an, revere turin for the avorsc and Dr. Neiwton (locoum tenlus for hr. ,'rid Iird) was callcd in. s\'ver tihing possile .was done, but lihe dccuia:ied lady grldudllly sanki, ioud p:sscd a.way peacefully early on Tuesda:y morning, at the age of .78i years. The lite Mrs Ardis .had.-be. n, resident of .il.ydale for over 50 ycirs, ard was the plro-ritresc of one of Lilydale's earliest l.and markg. the Commlerciatl lloteI . l he Ifunerl took plac on W1ed ntesday, the remains being pri'vate. ly in.tcrredl in the Lilydale ?e?ule tory. Tlho burial. serviee .whs' cn ducted by :ILv. F'Iathci Byrn, :trod Messrs Burton Iros. ;had: charge 'o the funeral srain...

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